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Luke's Lobster

624 E St. NW (7th St. NW)
Washington, DC 20004
Cuisine: Seafood
Snap up the lobster rolls plus chips.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily
Luke's Lobster, Washington, DC

Luke's Lobster Restaurant Review:

Who doesn’t like sweet, juicy lobster meat? Perhaps some prefer cracking open the tail and claws for an eating adventure, but Luke’s Lobster does away with the work to serve up enticing overstuffed lobster rolls (Maine style, they say) plus a side of chips and a pickle. For a little extra, add on a scoop of slaw, and if you’re really, really a lobster fan, order the filling lobster bisque with chunks of lobster meat adding texture --- note that this may be a special of the day, but if it’s featured, snap it up. Don’t like lobster? You can swap out lobster for a crab or a shrimp roll instead. Dessert is limited to seasonal ice cream sandwiches. This is a very casual eatery, with cramped indoor seating, pleasant sidewalk seating for alfresco dining, and take-out for those who want desk-side meals. Also in Georgetown and Bethesda.

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